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Google Is Pushing A Chromecast Update (Build 16664) With Smarter Volume Control And More

Google has been on a tear with the Chromecast as of late. After making live and private videos cast-able, it is now sending out an update the the dongle. The build is 16664, and it brings a few stability tweaks, and one notable user-facing feature.

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Google Play Listings Now Support Distinct "What's New" Text For Alpha, Beta, And Production Channels

Developers have certainly made great use of the Alpha and Beta distribution channels in the Play Store since they became available last summer. There was one glaring oversight: developers could only write a single block of text for the "What's New" section. This often led to changelogs that left beta testers in the dark about changes or confusing regular users with promises of new features and fixes that hadn't yet materialized in the stable channel.

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'Jackalope' Update Heading To Ouya Consoles Right Now With New Rating System And Assorted Tweaks

Sticking with the cryptozoological theme, the Ouya folks have released the first console update of 2014 and it's called Jackalope. The update should appear on consoles in short order, and you'll have to update if you want to continue playing. However, that won't be the case next time thanks to that Jackalope magic.

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[Hot Diggity!] My Tracks, Google Fiber, Google Shopping Express, Google TV Search, And Voice Search For Google TV All Receive Updates

If you haven't heard, Google makes a ton of Android apps. It can be a real hassle to keep up with them all, as the company is occasionally prone to updating a handful of them at once. So today we're lumping together new versions of My Tracks, Google Fiber, Google TV Search, Google Shopping Express, and Voice Search for Google TV all in one post. Links and changelogs for all five apps are available below.

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AT&T Finally Approves Android 4.2.2 Update For HTC One X, Expected To Hit Devices On January 29th

There were some delays, but HTC's last-generation flagship device is getting the bump up to Android 4.2.2. Yes, AT&T has approved the OTA for its version of the HTC One X. Sadly, this will be the last new version of Android it sees. It's better than nothing, though.

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December's Platform Distribution Numbers: KitKat Carves Out 1.1%, Gingerbread's Grip Continues To Slip

It's that time again - Google has updated the developer dashboard with new platform distribution numbers. Following a predictable trend, KitKat has eked out its own 1.1% niche, Jelly Bean (API version 16-18) is going strong at 54.5%, putting it further over the mark it reached last month, running on over half of all devices that have checked in to the Google Play Store in the past two weeks, while Gingerbread's grip continues to slip, decreasing to 24.1% from 26.3% last month.

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Real Racing 3 Update Adds Ferraris, A New Track, And More

The newest update to EA's free-to-play racing title Real Racing 3 has an assortment of shiny new things to dangle in front of you. Of course, you'll have to pay for most of them, but the game is a free download, and there aren't many games that can match to overall quality of the racing experience in RR3.

Included in this update are Ferrari vehicles like the 458 Italia and the V12-powered F12 Berlinetta.

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Sprint's HTC One Getting Android 4.3 Update Today With Improved HTC Sense Stability, Swype Fixes, And Sprint App Updates

HTC said a while back that the Android 4.3 update would hit all US HTC One handsets by the end of September. That obviously didn't happen, but the company wasn't too far off in the case of Sprint. That version of the device is getting the update today.

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Verizon HTC One Gets Its First Update To Version 1.10.605.10 – Reduces Lock-Ups, Updates ISIS Wallet, And Adds Internet Accessibity Mode

Verizon may have been last out of the gate with the HTC One, but at least it's getting some update love. The One is getting its first OTA update on Big Red with a few notable improvements. You can start mashing the update button, if you like.

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Google Glass Update XE9 Is Live – Full Changelog Reveals Google Apps Support, Sound Search, A Ton Of New Cards, And More

Google has started rolling out the newest update to Glass, dubbed XE9. This version of the Glass software enables Google Apps users to sign into glass, which was a major requested feature. There are also new Google Now cards, sound search, and a cool UI overlay feature called Vignettes.

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